Brookfield, Tauranga

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28 days ago

Very large water fountain

Keith & Linda from Bethlehem

I have a very large heavy concrete three tier water fountain and one pond plus two water pumps to give away ASAP.No further use.Water fountain can be taken off in three parts but will need two strong people to lift it.

Free

28 days ago

How is your roof looking?

John from 2menatwk

Full of mould or algae. These affect & greatly reduce the life time of your paint, iron & roof tiles! Not to mention NOT being environmentally friendly

like a quote, call us now!

We spray from the gutters, with the use of a ladder! We DO NOT walk on your single story roof!

Call John
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Full of mould or algae. These affect & greatly reduce the life time of your paint, iron & roof tiles! Not to mention NOT being environmentally friendly

like a quote, call us now!

We spray from the gutters, with the use of a ladder! We DO NOT walk on your single story roof!

Call John
021-1426-257
07 571-8697
2menatwk@gmail.com

28 days ago

Local yoga classes

Michelle from Yoga for Every Body

Nurturing the mind is just as important as the body.
Too often we get caught in the trap of working on our body image, while we ignore matters of the mind.
The beautiful thing about yoga is that you can work on both simultaneously. Strengthen, tone and increase your flexibility while decreasing … View more
Nurturing the mind is just as important as the body.
Too often we get caught in the trap of working on our body image, while we ignore matters of the mind.
The beautiful thing about yoga is that you can work on both simultaneously. Strengthen, tone and increase your flexibility while decreasing stress and anxiety. By using a mix of standing poses and poses done on the ground, you'll focus on breath work and calming the mind throughout your session ❤.
Limited spaces still available for 8.15 and 9.30am classes on Saturday Book now by contacting Michelle on
021 044 1042

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28 days ago

Passionate about health care?

Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi

Study nursing!

Meet Aroha Ruha (Ngāti Awa, Tūhoe) who was named the 2018 joint winner of the national Young Nurse of the Year Award. The New Zealand Nurses Organisation’s (NZNO) annual award celebrates nursing at an excellent level and recognises that recipients have reached a high level in … View more
Study nursing!

Meet Aroha Ruha (Ngāti Awa, Tūhoe) who was named the 2018 joint winner of the national Young Nurse of the Year Award. The New Zealand Nurses Organisation’s (NZNO) annual award celebrates nursing at an excellent level and recognises that recipients have reached a high level in their everyday work.
Aroha graduated in 2017 from Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi with her nursing degree and is now a practice nurse at Kawerau Medical Centre.

Click here to hear her story!

Find out more about our nursing programme.
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28 days ago

Prospa funding helped boost monthly turnover

Prospa

Sandy Urwin wanted to expand the retail offering within her small business Animal Natural Health Centre.

She considered raising funds by selling a stake to an investor but didn’t want to compromise on quality or her vision for the business. She decided to partner with Prospa to achieve her … View more
Sandy Urwin wanted to expand the retail offering within her small business Animal Natural Health Centre.

She considered raising funds by selling a stake to an investor but didn’t want to compromise on quality or her vision for the business. She decided to partner with Prospa to achieve her dreams.

A small business loan helped Sandy increase the variety and volume of stock available for customers – ultimately boosting monthly turnover.
Find out more

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28 days ago

Have your Windows looking great this summer

John from 2menatwk

We all love our windows looking crystal clear!
Call is now, for a non obligation quote
We have many very happy clients, & we would love you to be another!
Don't wait, Call Us Now

John
021-1426-257
07 571-8697
2menatwk@gmail.com

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28 days ago

Cleaning position

John from Greerton - Parkvale

Hi. Our cleaning company requires a part time night cleaner. 1 hour per night, 4 nights per week for the 12th Ave area, in Tauranga.
This person needs to work between 9 & 10pm during the week, & 6-7pm on Sundays.
This person needs to be fit, reliable & conscientious.

This is NOT a … View more
Hi. Our cleaning company requires a part time night cleaner. 1 hour per night, 4 nights per week for the 12th Ave area, in Tauranga.
This person needs to work between 9 & 10pm during the week, & 6-7pm on Sundays.
This person needs to be fit, reliable & conscientious.

This is NOT a school holiday job.

For more information please contact us on the number below

John 021 1426 257

28 days ago

Yoga tomorrow?

Michelle from Yoga for Every Body

Experience a beautiful yoga flow in the peaceful surrounds of Te Puna Quarry Park.
Venue: amphitheatre
Time: 5.30-6.30pm
Cost: $10
What to bring: yoga mat, water and a blanket or warm layer
Who: beginners to intermediate

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29 days ago

Moto x gear great condition

Amber from Pyes Pa

Helmet - youth xs amazing condition $40 ono
Mx pants - men’s 36’s good condition $40 ono

Negotiable

29 days ago

Size 7 brand new

Amber from Pyes Pa

$100 ono Nike zoom winflo 6 worn once for about 20mins brand new perfect condition

Negotiable

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29 days ago

OFFERS * (brand new)

Amber from Brookfield

Worth $150 but willing to take oFFerZ ... I'm pretty fair neighbours. These were my husband's but he's lost a lot of weight can't fit.
SiZes:
Vest jacket _ 2xl
Overalls_ 4-5xl

Negotiable

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30 days ago

Ordinary people who did something extraordinary

Owner from Curtain Clean Bop Ltd

Sufferage in Stiches

An outstanding exhibition honouring our whakapapa, history and the power of New Zealanders brought to you by Wellington Museum and Vinnies Re Sew.

Suffrage in Stitches is a unique exhibition, providing the opportunity for 546 individuals, families and groups to hang … View more
Sufferage in Stiches

An outstanding exhibition honouring our whakapapa, history and the power of New Zealanders brought to you by Wellington Museum and Vinnies Re Sew.

Suffrage in Stitches is a unique exhibition, providing the opportunity for 546 individuals, families and groups to hang their art in a gallery space regardless of their education, background or experience. The makers include a few leading figures from the art/recycling community however the majority of makers are ordinary people who come from diverse cultural/ethnic backgrounds, ages, generations and skills levels.

The 300 metre textile work remembers ordinary people in our history who did an extraordinary thing — signed a petition up and down the country so women could achieve the right to vote, as well as woman who’ve influenced the 546 makers.

It started as a collective exhibition and has emerged as a sharing of history, connection of people and an amazing feeling of togetherness.

The work matches the length of the original petition and consists of 546 individually designed fabric panels – the same number of pages in the original petition – and tells the stories of 546 women.

Makers have discovered a love of history and a renewed appreciation for those who went before them. They have made new friends, learnt new craft and recycling skills, and developed a deeper sense of belonging to New Zealand.

So many stories have surfaced – intrigue, poverty, hope, crime, resilience. On this website you’ll be able to explore unique stories of the women who signed the 1893 Suffrage Petition.
Exhibition open from December 2019 and runs through the to 27th of April 2020. 10am–5pm daily.

Wellington Museum - 3 Jervois Quay, Queens Wharf, Wellington

See the works here: www.suffrageinstitches.nz......

30 days ago

Poll: A Comfortable Mattress: Luxury Or Necessity?

Beds 4 U Tauranga

A good and comfortable mattress is often related to luxury but is it more of a necessity? Your entire day, behavior towards other people and even your performance at your work depends on how good you sleep. A comfortable mattress helps you get sound sleep, and that brings a lot of positive changes … View moreA good and comfortable mattress is often related to luxury but is it more of a necessity? Your entire day, behavior towards other people and even your performance at your work depends on how good you sleep. A comfortable mattress helps you get sound sleep, and that brings a lot of positive changes in every part of your life. Read the full blog on our website: beds4u.co.nz...

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A Comfortable Mattress: Luxury Or Necessity?
  • 14.8% Luxury
    14.8% Complete
  • 84.6% Necessity
    84.6% Complete
  • 0.5% Not Sure
    0.5% Complete
182 votes
30 days ago

Female, 50, and looking for a job? Good luck

Kelly Dennett Reporter from Sunday Star Times

The Sunday Star-Times is investigating the difficulties of finding work when you're female and over 50. Anecdotally we are aware of women being shut out of the workforce around this time. If you can relate, and are willing to talk about your experience, please email kelly.dennett@stuff.co.nz

37 days ago

5G - existential threat?

Tracy from Whakamarama

Thanks to Weekend Sun Editor for highlighting the existential threat from 40,000 satellites being fired into space shortly. However, they are not the only problem we face from 5G technology.

Approximately 3% of the population are hypersensitive to electromagnetic frequencies. They are already … View more
Thanks to Weekend Sun Editor for highlighting the existential threat from 40,000 satellites being fired into space shortly. However, they are not the only problem we face from 5G technology.

Approximately 3% of the population are hypersensitive to electromagnetic frequencies. They are already under attack from existing cell phone towers. 5G frequencies broadcast from every lamp post will intensify their struggle for health.

Anthony Goldsworthy’s research shows all cells are sensitive to low frequency radiation, not just the hypersensitive. He found the cells became permeable to calcium disturbing the normal calcium/magnesium balance. The cells stop normal functions whilst “pumping” excess calcium out. This may manifest as chronic fatigue as energy preferentially used normalising cell walls. With constant exposure, of course, the cells just flood with calcium and die. With enough radiation, we will all be affected.

We are going to be ‘bathed’ in these new, high intensity frequencies for corporate profit – with the blessing of government. Like Hutchison says, “cheap internet or existential threat” – we all know which should win, but will it?


5G aware voters probably voted for me in last years DHB elections, and I’d like to take this opportunity to say ‘thank you’. Anyone who wants more information on 5G should contact me on facebook.



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